Specifically, what makes an idea worth sharing on this Brainstorming platform?
We previously focused on how to create a session and how to contribute. Now we focus on how to add your idea to the platform.
Using the analogy of a puzzle game - an idea, as posted on our platform, would have the majority of the puzzle pieces in place. There is room for improvement (people adding a few more pieces).
You came up with it yourself
It doesn't already exist in the proposed form
It's a new or significantly improved way of doing something
You share it open source and don't mind if someone else brings it to life
What you should not post as an idea:
This is not a place to advertise an existing project (basically don't do this)
Don't post other people's ideas unless you upgraded them significantly
Ideas infeasible within the foreseeable future are pointless
Like everything else on the platform, defining what counts as an idea is a collaborative and iterative process. These best practices on how to share an idea should be compatible with our general principles of collaboration.
Please add your suggestions below. I will keep updating this description until we get it right.